Tax Benefits for People having Two Homes; after Budget 2019

The Interim budget 2019 has come up with major announcements for homebuyers, home owners and real- estate developers. The budget proposed in 2019, applicable from FY 2019-2020 is designed to directly impact and boost the real estate sector. While making the announcement, Piyush Goyal in his budget speech said, “Currently, income tax on notional rent is payable if one has…

The Right Way for Planning a Retirement Home

That time of life when it’s time to leave the fast-paced city life and quietly move into a serene neighborhood. Yes! We are talking about Post Retirement Life. Retirement Homes are stepping into a bigger horizon with time. But, are retirement homes really attractive options for the elderly? Experts feel it is a good option to be able to live…

Things one should consider while shortlisting a property

Whenever you decide to buy a home you have multiple options of builders to choose from. Each builder will have several projects with different features in different locations. Shortlisting from all of these options can get difficult and overwhelming. Don’t panic, the following parameters will help you to quickly shortlist a project. 1. Location: Location…

Things that you should avoid before applying for a Home Loan

Nowadays its harder to qualify for the home loan. According to new regulations lenders require to verify every aspect of the borrower’s financial background, before giving out loan. So, if you need loan it’s important to prepare well so that you become a good candidate to get loan. The market is flourished with different home loan offers with ……..

Rera- A Boon For The Real-estate Industry

The Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA) has definitely brought a positive vibe among the home buyers. The act is passed to ensure that the customer is the king & developers are brought to books. RERA aims to make a fair & ethical mode of transactions between the buyers & sellers of real estate. The act has made it compulsory for each state to form its regulator & also frame rules for the regulator…

Affordable Housing in India & It’s Challenges

After 70 years of Independence, India is still struggling for the basic necessities of a lower income group section. Affordable Housing – providing basic shelter still is a problem, without any concrete steps taken to tackle it. A report by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MHUPA) in the year 2012 estimated a demand of around 18.78 million……

Ways to reduce interest rate on your home loan!

How to reduce home loan interest? To make a low-interest payout, minimize the interest rate of your loan. If you have already taken the loan, you can move ahead and refinance your loan at a very lower interest rate. Always try to make short-term loan tenure. As a short loan tenure helps to complete the loan repayment faster which results…

Why more Millennials are now eyeing real estate investment?

Millennials are at the helm of most major industries as the customers and the decision makers. Their influence now impacts the Indian real estate sector considerably since they make up a majority of the demographic. It is estimated that around 65% of the Indian population will be under the age of 35 by …

Laws for rental properties in Rajasthan – Stamp Duty

The definite measure as such does not vary much from that of other states. It begins with the occupant and proprietor discussing what would be the rent, maintenance charges and what conditions should be added into the agreement.
This is carried by either one of the party approaching a lawyer to make the…

Benefits of married couples jointly owning a property!

Many couples are prioritizing on purchasing of the property jointly for all the beneficial reasons. They are balancing and trying to make any stone unturned in choosing the best financial option, but what are the reasons behind this? Joint ownership of a property, not only includes tax benefits but also has options for pooling of funds and getting a higher…

GST on under-construction flats slashed to 5%, affordable housing to 1%

To boost demand in the real estate sector, the GST Council, on February 24, 2019, slashed tax rates for under-construction flats to five per cent and affordable homes to one per cent, effective April 1, 2019. the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is levied at 12 per cent with input tax credit (ITC) on payments made for under-construction….

Rising From The Rupee Fall: Why NRIs May Flock To Indian Real Estate

A standout amongst the most quotable statements from evangelist and logician Swami Vivekananda is, “shortcoming is sin”. Nonetheless, additionally obvious is the way that small time’s misfortune regularly demonstrates another man’s increase. With that as a prelude, it would not be difficult to comprehend why a falling rupee that is giving the administration trouble – it is wanting

Why you should invest in 3BHK homes?

Are you looking for a Spacious House? Spacious homes with an easy finance option. Thinking to settle in 3BHK homes, with an amazing scene, cool breeze, and the top comforts have been a large vision. The signal of austerity, though, had modified the illusion in the Center, flooring way for the gratitude of areas that were less. This also went…

Real – Estate Market comes calling for Women

Purchasing a house has been perceived as a man driven affair for quite a long time now. Breaking the stereotypes, women are fast catching up establishing a path of their own and becoming more financially independent. More and more women are buying homes, and developers are starting to recognise and cater to this market segment. The need arises pertaining to…

Advantages of Living in an Apartment

While the charm of owning an independent house is altogether a different feeling, living in an apartment has its own perks; which makes it a much-preferred option by families these days. However, a final conclusion between individual house or apartment requires clear thought and concise evaluation.  To help you with this decision, we have come up with this blog of apartment living.

Advantages and disadvantages of stand-alone houses and apartments.

Everyone has distinct arrangements when it comes to deciding where he or she want to have his or her living. There are advantages and disadvantages associated with each different housing location and type. Just imagine about you and your family’s requirements both now and into the future….

Real – Estate Cyber Security Threats and Strategy for Risk Management

Dealing with large amounts of data, especially from multiple sources, is vulnerable to the various attacks we read about every day. Issues around cyber security are nothing new for companies in the digital age; this sheds a light on how in commercial real estate, data protection is one of the most essential and key feature.…

Most Common Property Investment Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

When it comes to buying an investment property, experts agree that the key is to be informed. But it’s important to do some homework and your research. As a new property investor, the whole property investment process can seem a little overwhelming. There’s so much to think about, and as with any financial decision, there’s an element of risk. This…

Mansarovar extension Jaipur

The Capital and The Largest city of the North Indian state of Rajasthan, Jaipur also known as ‘Pink City’, that completes the ‘Golden Triangle’ for tourist connecting New Delhi and Agra. Jaipur has turned into one of the most loved cities in the country today. There is one thing about Jaipur that is pretty hard to find elsewhere in Rajasthan is the Tourist Attractions. To add to it luxury homes surrounded by

Trends that will dominate the real estate industry in 2019

With Growth spurt in ‘Commercial Expansion and Affordable Housing schemes’ to the ‘Innovations and concepts like Virtual Reality’, Real- Estate India is set to bloom in the coming years. With the Real- Estate Industry emanating in good health than the last couple of years, new trends are expected to unfold in the year 2019. The Indian Real- estate is set…

Reasons for Buying a House Young

Youth is one of those prominent phases, when one tends to lack direction in regards to spending and saving in their adolescence. A youth, often spends money mindlessly, which becomes regret later. Investing in a home, whether you choose to save up or pay EMIs, a part of your income is well utilised for a better today and tomorrow. There……….



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